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Snowflake Smoked Porter by Ray Daniels (Malt Extract Kit)
KIT767

Snowflake Smoked Porter by Ray Daniels (Malt Extract Kit)

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Description

This beer combines the richness of black malt with the old-world smokiness of Bamberg: a Franconian village that is at once worldly and yet devoted to its traditional ways. Brewed with an ale yeast, it mimics the origins of English porter, a beer made solely from brown malts dried over a direct wood fire. And since you'll never find a beer like this at your local liquor store, you'll have to brew it to appreciate the flavorful treats it can offer. With an astounding Two Pounds of Rauch Malt, any fan of smoked beers will fall in love with Ray's beer! Ray recommends British Ale yeast, WLP005.

Ray began brewing in 1989 after seeing a homebrew store ad at a Chicago hamburger shack. "The first batch was pretty good," he says, "but the second one was awful. Fortunately, I had already brewed the third batch before tasting the second, or that might have been the end of things. After tasting that beer, there was no looking back: I dove headlong into brewing and tasting and learning as much as I could about the art of brewing." That informaton was put together in his book, "Designing Great Beers", which has since become a must-have for any serious brewer. Over the years he has brewed more than 200 batches. When he started all-grain brewing in 1990 there weren't many options for buying mashing equipment, so he made his own 10-gallon vertical Coleman cooler Mashtun. More than 90 percent of the 200 batches he had made over the years were produced on the homemade equipment--although now the mash tun has been retired after some unsuccessful modifications a few years back. You may now know Ray as the founder of the highly successful Cicerone Program which certifies and educates beer professionals. 



Estimated Original Gravity:1.054-58
SRM (Color Range: 18
IBU's: 30-34 Estimated Alcohol Percentage: 5.4%


Our recipe kits DO NOT include grain bags or yeast. The recommended yeast(s) can be found below. All grains will come milled.

WLP005 - White Labs British Ale
WLP007 - White Labs Dry English Ale
WY1098 - Wyeast British Ale
WY1187 - Wyeast Ringwood Ale
IYA01 - Imperial House
 

Item # KIT767
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 16LBS
ABV %5.4
IBU32
SRM18
Beer StyleStout & Porter
Ready to Drink Within2-4 Weeks
Alcohol ContentMedium (5-7%)
BitternessMedium (26-45ibu)
Fermentation Temp Range64-72
Brewing MethodExtract
Pre-MilledY
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was looking for a porter to make
Ian G on Sep 29, 2018
WAnted to try a signature type kit and sounded intriguing ( and I am a snowflake).
Jeannie Rodman on Jan 25, 2018
was looking for a porter to make
Ian G on Sep 29, 2018
Planning a Smoked Chipotle Porter and this looks like a good start
G A on Jun 6, 2018
WAnted to try a signature type kit and sounded intriguing ( and I am a snowflake).
Jeannie Rodman on Jan 25, 2018
Planning a Smoked Chipotle Porter and this looks like a good start
G A on Jun 6, 2018
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Terramar
Was delayed on making this beer, bottled it a few days ago. I was surprised that the alcohol content was 13.6. Great taste at the bottling and wondering if this beer is ready in the bottle after 2 weeks or if it takes a few months, like the Imperial Stout.
January 26, 2018
Purchased
10 months ago
Great beer.
I really enjoyed this beer. Nice flavor.
May 28, 2013
Gone.
It was a good beer. A bit too hoppy and yeasty for my taste - and it seemed to border on being out of style. But like the subject line says.... I drank it all!
May 28, 2013
Excellent beer, I'd like a little more
Really tasty beer, but I'd actually like it even smokier if possible. Having said that, it's definitely a beer you should brew at least one time.
January 24, 2013